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    I noticed in the store, that there are regional versions of TRS2019, does this mean I can make the purchase by region, ie, the North American region for instance, without having to purchase the entire thing? Or would I need the entire game? I would figure this goes more for interests, ie. some who might like Australian trains aren't interested in American trains, am I correct on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by betsy662 View Post
    I noticed in the store, that there are regional versions of TRS2019, does this mean I can make the purchase by region, ie, the North American region for instance, without having to purchase the entire thing? Or would I need the entire game? I would figure this goes more for interests, ie. some who might like Australian trains aren't interested in American trains, am I correct on this?
    If you buy a regional version, you get the whole game. The regions are the content that comes free with the game/sim. There is a Download Station where there are also free pieces 'assets' you can add to your installation. Buying in with a regional version is a great way to start. Just make sure your PC or Mac can handle it spec wise or you will encounter problems.
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    Thanks, that is what I was wondering, I've been playing trainz for years, starting with UtC, so am familiar with the game, I do have T.A.N.E and do use it, but it seems like so much is coming out for TRS19 now!

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    The only caveat I would throw out about regional versions is I have seen postings from people that have, say, the North American version, looking for assets for a US route that turn out to be built-ins to one of the other versions. That can be frustrating, and for the small incremental cost I think the world version is worth it even if you never cross the pond.
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    The Platinum edition is well worth the money. If you're in to American stuff, there's loads of that plus a loads of free routes, locomotives, rolling stock and such. You can also buy the Gold subscription and get everything in the N3V database for FREE, what a deal!

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